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Re: dependencies - was [Patch] Rename apr_explode_time

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2002-04-15 18:05:53 CEST

Tim Moloney <moloney@mrsl.com> writes:
> Now that Apache 2.0 is released, will Subversion stabilize the
> versions of the software that it depends on? Or will it continue
> to require the latest versions of httpd, apr, neon, etc.?
> This is just a question. I'm not suggesting or insinuating
> anything. =)


I think it will depend on whether we can get everything we need from
the released version of Apache. If we can, then by definition one
would not need a newer version -- you could call that "stabilization"
I suppose.

At the moment, of course, this is the case because there isn't much in
the development tree that's not also in the release. I don't know if
that will continue to be true in the future; probably Greg Stein would
best be able to guess about this. Greg?


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